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Published in Diabetes

Journal Scan / Research · May 16, 2024

The INNODIA Type 1 Diabetes Natural History Study



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The INNODIA Type 1 Diabetes Natural History Study: a European cohort of newly diagnosed children, adolescents and adults
Diabetologia 2024 Jun 01;67(6)995-1008, ML Marcovecchio, AEJ Hendriks, C Delfin, T Battelino, T Danne, ML Evans, J Johannesen, S Kaur, M Knip, L Overbergh, F Pociot, JA Todd, B Van der Schueren, LS Wicker, M Peakman, C Mathieu

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